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Festivals

Laurence Asseraf

BEFILMIFF launches as buyer showcase

30-Sep-2014

EXCLUSIVE: New York-based festival veteran Laurence Asseraf is launching the invite-only BE FILM International Features Festival as a platform to enable global films to find US distribution.

Zurich Daily 2

Zurich 2014: Screen's dailies

30-Sep-2014

Download Screen International’s daily magazines from the 10th Zurich Film Festival here.

TIFF Daihachi Yoshida Miki Nakatani Yasuhi Shiina

Tokyo reveals competition line-up

30-Sep-2014

World premieres from Goupil, Li, De La Cruz, Yeo, Yoshida and more.

Atlantic

IFFR Live! to kick off with Atlantic

EXCLUSIVE: European cinemas and VOD platforms to host films simultaneously with Rotterdam festival launches.

Berlin

Out of Nature first Berlinale Panorama title

EXCLUSIVE: Norwegian director Ole Giaever’s Toronto title has become the first selection for the Panorama strand at the next Berlinale.

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Cannes

Li’l Quinquin

Kino Lorber acquires Li’l Quinquin

Kino Lorber has acquired all US rights to Bruno Dumont’s Li’l Quinquin ahead of the North American premiere in Toronto on September 10.

Roadside Attractions picks up Mommy

The US deal with Séville International comes nearly eight weeks after Xavier Dolan’s Cannes world premiere earned the 25-year-old film-maker the jury prize.

BAM Festivals talk

Festival execs reveal top tips

Leading figures from film festivals in Cannes, London, Edinburgh and Hong Kong revealed their top tips for standing out from the rest when gaining selection to festivals.

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Goodbye Mommy

RADiUS swoops on Venice hit Goodnight Mommy

EXCLUSIVE: RADiUS has picked up North American rights from Films Distribution to the recent Orrizonti premiere.

Venice 2014

Venice Market finds niche with gap financing market

Several projects in Venice’s inaugural European Gap-Financing Co-Production Market are on the verge of completing their financing.

A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence

Pigeon wins Golden Lion in Venice

Venice awards go to Roy Andersson dark comedy, Andrei Konchalovsky drama, Hungry Hearts.

The Dinner (i Nostri Ragazzi)

The Dinner wins Europa Cinemas Venice Label

Ivano de Matteo’s Italian film to receive promotional support from Europa Cinemas.

Return to Ithaca wins Venice Days

Laurent Cantet’s Spanish-language feature wins cash prize.

The Look of Silence

Dogwoof hears Oppenheimer's Silence

EXCLUSIVE: UK deal for The Act of Killing follow-up.

Cymbeline

Grindstone takes Cymbeline for North America

Grindstone Entertainment acquires North American distribution rights for Shakespeare adaptation ahead of its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival.

Dearest

Versatile acquires Chan’s Dearest

EXCLUSIVE: Chinese child abduction film to screen in Toronto following world premiere in Venice. 

more from Venice

The Imitation Game

TIFF audiences honour Imitation

The Toronto International Film Festival leadership announced the juried and audience award winners as the 39th annual event wrapped on Sunday (September 14).

more from Toronto

BAM Festivals talk

Festival execs reveal top tips

Leading figures from film festivals in Cannes, London, Edinburgh and Hong Kong revealed their top tips for standing out from the rest when gaining selection to festivals.

Chiaki Kuriyama

HKIFF, Busan, Tokyo expand Academy

The Asian Film Awards Academy (AFAA) celebrated its inauguration last night (March 23) with Moet-AFA Special Award Rising Star of Asia awardees Chiaki Kuriyama and Kim Nam-gil.

The Midnight After

Aberdeen, Midnight After to open HKIFF

Pang Ho-cheung’s Aberdeen and Fruit Chan’s The Midnight After will open this year’s Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF), which takes place March 24-April 7.

Better Tomorrow

HKIFF to premiere Better Tomorrow

The Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF) will screen the world premiere of Adam Wong’s ICAC Investigators 2014 - Better Tomorrow, which has Dante Lam on board as consultant director, on March 26.

Pride actors2

We are UK Film reception at Toronto

The British Film Commission (BFC) and British Film Institute (BFI) together hosted a reception for UK filmmakers and international industry in partnership with the British Council, UKTI Toronto and Screen International.

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